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Noise and popping sounds

For the last month or so my screen pops and hums intermittinly. The only fix at times is to turn the monitor off. Everything seems to work otherwise.

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  • 72634 Apr 12, 2008

    thanks, I'll give it a try.

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But the important question is really,does it have a good beat ?

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Chances are you just have a few bad capacitors on the power supply board. Any TV repair shop should be able to take care of this quickly and reasonably cheaply. Best bet is to make a few calls to local shops first though for a rough quote, and also to make sure they do service LCD monitors there, not all do.

Hope that helps.

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